Weekly Poker Hand #228

I discuss short stacked blind versus blind final table play. Lots of people think it is all luck, but that is definitely not true.


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4 Comments

  • Jack says:

    Why is shoving not a good option? His M is less than 10, he’s likely to pick up an extra 15k to his stack at this point?

  • Darren Plaza says:

    I’ve always folded my small blind even when it wasn’t proven to be a leak and I always thought I did fold it to much.
    So it’s nice to see, actually it was the best play when I folded time after time and more on top.
    I do however still shove in certain spots when faced in this situation, but depending on the player in the BB. I tend to shove more near a bubble or when I know the player is laddering.
    Is this ok in certain spots or still no?

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